National League Chicago 7,
New York 2; Pittsburgh 1-9, Phil
adelphia 5-2; Boston 2, St. Louis
1 CIO innings).
American League Boston 5,
St. Louis 1; Philadelphia 4-2,
Rube Marquard fell. After win
ning 19 straight games and shat
tering all previous pitching rec
ords, the Giant left-hander took
the count from the Cubs, who
found-his offerings easy.
Young Jimmy Lavender out
pitched Rube at every stage. Not
a Giant reached first base after
the fifth inning.
In six innings Marquard was
stung for nine hits. Tesreau, who
relieved him, gave two hits.
Lavender was wild at the start,
but settled down. He allowed five
hits and whiffed eight New York
ers. Vic Saier led with the stick,
counting three runs and whang
ing a double and two singles.
Larry Doyle is out of the game
on account of sickness, and Groh.
who is playing second, pulled
some frizzly stunts.
John Evers had but two official
times at bat and stung two hits, a
triple and single.
Lavender, besides pitching a
swell game, poled a double and
single that counted in the scoring.
Jimmy Archer made the speedy
Giants slow up on the paths.
Schulte kept score down by a
pair of swell throws, cutting one
run off at the plate and forcing
another runner to tick at third.
Boston Braves put an extra-inning
victory over on St. Louis,
winning in the tenth on Devlin's
triple and a single.
Hub Perdue, pitching his first
game since being reinstated .by
Kling, held tthe Cards to five hits.
.Perdue is a real pitcher.
As usual, the Braves outhit
Pittsburgh and Philadelphia
split a double-header, the Phils
slugging in the first and the Pi
rates in the second.
Carey and Simon of Pittsburgh
each got four hits in the second
Boston Americans lengthened
their lead yesterday when they
won while the Athletics were los
ing a pair.
Joe Wood pitched for Boston
and checked the Browns with
ease. He fanned eight and gave
Pratt of the Browns continued
his sensational fielding and also
hung up a hit.
Gardner of the Red Sox count
ed once and helped along with a
'triple and two singles.
Naps found Athletics easy.
Mack's men were listless and ap
peared to have lost their fight.
The twin defeat dropped them to
. Krapp and Gregg were the win
ning pitchers for Cleveland, while
Mack used two youngsters,
Houck and Brown.
Joe Jackson took two hits from
each game to add to his string.
He is now leading the league in
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